In 2018, the previous majority owner, Mannheim-based MVV Energie AG, takes over 100 percent of the shares in JUWI. A further important impulse for the expansion of renewable energies. In 2019, JUWI reaches another significant milestone and constructs its 1,000th wind turbine with the wind farm in Mohlis (Thuringia). With the construction of two solar parks in Brandenburg, JUWI also completes its re-entry into the German solar business. In 2022, JUWI and the MVV subsidiary Windwärts join forces. With this double load of expertise and a new brand identity, JUWI will be an even more successful enabler of the energy transition than before.
In 2016 JUWI realizes its largest solar plant to date in the company history: the 86 MW Sonnedix Prieska solar plant in South Africa. In 2018, a 135-megawatt solar project in India breaks this company record. JUWI also sets new standards in Australia where the largest solar off-grid project in the world is built in the Australian outback. The 10.6 MW solar plant, which is built to supply power for a mine, also holds a 6 MW battery storage. Many more utility-scale solar plants are realized in the US, South-East-Asia, Japan and in Turkey.